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Morrison, A.P. (1998). Discussion: Eros in a Gay Dyad. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 3(3):355-360.

(1998). Gender and Psychoanalysis, 3(3):355-360

Discussion: Eros in a Gay Dyad Related Papers

Andrew P. Morrison, M.D.

It is a pleasure for me to discuss Dr. Friedman's engaging, courageous, and challenging “Eros in a Gay Dyad.” He makes the discussant's job relatively easy by raising many central questions himself, throughout his presentation, but particularly in its last paragraph. In this response, I will try to consider and elaborate on some of Dr. Friedman's questions, as well as to bring some other issues into view as they occur to me in my comfortable perch observing and considering his presentation. But is my “perch” so comfortable, or can I too feel some modicum of the discomfort and confusion that Dr. Friedman must have experienced—with his patient, and with us, his particular audience?

For I am on this panel, I surmise, as the representative of both the straight world and the psychoanalytic establishment.

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